A week’s worth of competitive Smite play at Hi-Rez Studio’s in-house esports arena has come to an end, resulting in three European and two North American teams taking trips to Atlanta this January.
League of Legends' World Championship series—featuring the absurdly popular MOBA's best players—is about to kick off. Major matches will be held all around, you know, the world, culminating in what will easily be one of the biggest eSports events ever. Still don't care? Then watch this video.
In the closest World Yo-Yo Contest in years, held in Prague, young American Gentry Stein narrowly edged out Japan's Takeshi Matsuura to become the new 1A freestyle world champ.
League of Legends draws in some of the most enthusiastic, and biggest crowd of eSports gamers.